#KUFallCamp Day 2: Locked In
LAWRENCE, Kan. – With a quick walk-through practice under its belt, Kansas football held a full practice on Tuesday in helmets and shorts, where the focus high and the intensity was even higher.
Head coach David Beaty stressed to his players on Monday that fall camp required an all-in mindset, and the team did just that at the Tuesday morning practice, hustling through drills, listening intently to the coaching staff’s instruction and executing at the highest level.
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Working hard all summer at team workouts, Tuesday was the first day since spring football for the players to show how they have progressed through the offseason, and many did just that with attention, understanding and performance on the field and in the huddle.
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Beaty addressed the media following the practice, speaking highly of his team’s fitness and mindset.
“These kids are extremely dedicated,” Beaty said. “I am really, really pleased with the summer they had. The way they showed up in shape, I think that is a testament to (Director of Football Strength and Conditioning) Coach (Zac) Woodfin and his staff. I thought those guys did a tremendous job. I think they are mentally and physically ready for camp, which is something you hope for as a coach.”
The Jayhawks will hold the first full-pad practice on Friday, Aug. 4. The Kansas football media day on Saturday, Aug. 5 with Beaty giving a press conference that will be available for fans to view through Facebook Live at Facebook.com/KansasFootball at approximately 11:45 a.m.
Kansas will begin the 2017 season on Saturday, Sept. 2 with a home game against Southeast Missouri State. The Jayhawks will also host nonconference opponent Central Michigan (Sept. 9/Family Weekend, Band Day).
Five Big 12 rivals will visit Lawrence, including West Virginia (Sept. 23/Jayhawks for a Cure), Texas Tech (Oct. 7/Homecoming, K-Club Weekend), Kansas State (Oct. 28/Sunflower Showdown), Baylor (Nov. 4/Salute to Service) and Oklahoma (Nov. 18/Senior Day, Youth Football Day).
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